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* Contenta la famiglia , che ne usciva con onore ; contenti i frati , che salvavano un uomo e i loro privilegi , senza farsi alcun nemico ; contenti i dilettanti di cavalleria , che vedevano un affare terminarsi lodevolmente ; contento il popolo , che vedeva fuor d'impiccio un uomo ben voluto , e che , nello stesso tempo , ammirava una conversione ; contento finalmente , e più di tutti , in mezzo al dolore , il nostro Lodovico , il quale cominciava una vita d'espiazione e di servizio , che potesse , se non riparare , pagare almeno il mal fatto , e rintuzzare il pungolo intollerabile del rimorso .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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Chi avrebbe mai detto a Renzo , qualche ora prima , che , nel forte d'una tal ricerca , al cominciar de' momenti più dubbiosi e più decisivi , il suo cuore sarebbe stato diviso tra Lucia e don Rodrigo ? Eppure era così: quella figura veniva a mischiarsi con tutte l'immagini care o terribili che la speranza o il timore gli mettevan davanti a vicenda , in quel tragitto ; le parole sentite appiè di quel covile , si cacciavano tra i sì e i no , ond'era combattuta la sua mente ; e non poteva terminare una preghiera per l'esito felice del gran cimento , senza attaccarci quella che aveva principiata là , e che lo scocco della campana aveva troncata .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)<>
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Soggiunse che anzi, avendo egli un giorno detto al padrone, sant'anima, che Spatolino, non ostante il divieto, scavava di là con tre manovali, il padrone, sant'anima, gli aveva risposto: - E lascialo scavare, non lo sai ch'è matto? Cerca forse il tesoro per terminare la chiesa di Santa Caterina! - A nulla giovò la testimonianza di don Lagàipa, notoriamente ispiratore a Spatolino di tante altre follie.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)<>
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cessare
= verbo intr. aver fine, terminare <>
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epistrofe
= figura retorica che consiste nel far terminare più versi - strofe o proposizioni con la stessa parola o con lo stesso gruppo di parole . <>
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finché
= cong . fino a quando , per tutto il tempo che
= terminare , completare , portare a compimento <>
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Inglese
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Long says that Netherfield is takenby a young man of large fortune from the north of England; that he camedown on Monday in a chaise and four to see the place, and was so muchdelighted with it, that he agreed with Mr. Morris immediately; that heis to take possession before Michaelmas, and some of his servants are tobe in the house by the end of next week.<>
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One cannot know what a man really is by the end of afortnight.<>
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Elizabeth, easy and unaffected, had been listened to withmuch more pleasure, though not playing half so well; and Mary, at theend of a long concerto, was glad to purchase praise and gratitude byScotch and Irish airs, at the request of her younger sisters, who,with some of the Lucases, and two or three officers, joined eagerly indancing at one end of the room.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "MY DEAR FRIEND,--"If you are not so compassionate as to dine to-day with Louisa and me,we shall be in danger of hating each other for the rest of our lives,for a whole day's tete-a-tete between two women can never end without aquarrel.<>
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Phillips was quite awed by such anexcess of good breeding; but her contemplation of one stranger was soonput to an end by exclamations and inquiries about the other; of whom,however, she could only tell her nieces what they already knew, thatMr. Denny had brought him from London, and that he was to have alieutenant's commission in the ----shire.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Elizabeth allowed that he had given a very rational account of it, andthey continued talking together, with mutual satisfaction till supperput an end to cards, and gave the rest of the ladies their share of Mr.Wickham's attentions.<>
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Bennet, having dawdled about in the vestibuleto watch for the end of the conference, no sooner saw Elizabeth openthe door and with quick step pass her towards the staircase, than sheentered the breakfast-room, and congratulated both him and herself inwarm terms on the happy prospect or their nearer connection.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Chapter 24Miss Bingley's letter arrived, and put an end to doubt.<>
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The gentleman experienced some change offeeling; he drew back his chair, took a newspaper from the table, andglancing over it, said, in a colder voice:"Are you pleased with Kent?"A short dialogue on the subject of the country ensued, on either sidecalm and concise--and soon put an end to by the entrance of Charlotteand her sister, just returned from her walk.<>
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Collins did not think it right to press the subject, from the danger ofraising expectations which might only end in disappointment; for in heropinion it admitted not of a doubt, that all her friend's dislike wouldvanish, if she could suppose him to be in her power.<>
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It was some consolationto think that his visit to Rosings was to end on the day after thenext--and, a still greater, that in less than a fortnight she shouldherself be with Jane again, and enabled to contribute to the recovery ofher spirits, by all that affection could do.<>
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Her father, captivated by youth and beauty, and that appearanceof good humour which youth and beauty generally give, had married awoman whose weak understanding and illiberal mind had very early intheir marriage put an end to all real affection for her.<>
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Gardiner wereengaged with their children, was now put an end to by the approachof the whole party.<>
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The sanguine hope ofgood, however, which the benevolence of her heart suggested had not yetdeserted her; she still expected that it would all end well, and thatevery morning would bring some letter, either from Lydia or her father,to explain their proceedings, and, perhaps, announce their marriage.<>
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My mother was taken ill immediately, and the whole house insuch confusion!""Oh! Jane," cried Elizabeth, "was there a servant belonging to it whodid not know the whole story before the end of the day?""I do not know.<>
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If you are a goodgirl for the next ten years, I will take you to a review at the end ofthem.<>
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Mr. Wickhamhad received his commission before he left London, and he was to joinhis regiment at the end of a fortnight.<>
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And then, you know, when oncethey get together, there is no end of it.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "And this," said she, "is the end of all his friend's anxiouscircumspection! of all his sister's falsehood and contrivance! thehappiest, wisest, most reasonable end!"In a few minutes she was joined by Bingley, whose conference with herfather had been short and to the purpose.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "The letter, perhaps, began in bitterness, but it did not end so.<>
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I shall offer to pay him to-morrow; he will rant and storm abouthis love for you, and there will be an end of the matter.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) As it happened that Elizabeth had much rather not, she endeavoured inher answer to put an end to every entreaty and expectation of the kind.<>
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While the aristocracy of the place--the Bulders, and Clubbers, andSnipes--were thus preserving their dignity at the upper end of the room,the other classes of society were imitating their example in other partsof it.<>
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The 'poor fellow' was proof against flattery; the moreMr. Winkle tried to get nearer him, the more he sidled away; and,notwithstanding all kinds of coaxing and wheedling, there were Mr.Winkle and the horse going round and round each other for ten minutes,at the end of which time each was at precisely the same distance fromthe other as when they first commenced--an unsatisfactory sort of thingunder any circumstances, but particularly so in a lonely road, where noassistance can be procured.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Another game, with a similar result, was followed by a revoke from theunlucky Miller; on which the fat gentleman burst into a state of highpersonal excitement which lasted until the conclusion of the game, whenhe retired into a corner, and remained perfectly mute for one hourand twenty-seven minutes; at the end of which time he emerged from hisretirement, and offered Mr. Pickwick a pinch of snuff with the air ofa man who had made up his mind to a Christian forgiveness of injuriessustained.<>
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We fancy, too, that we can discern at thevery end of the notes, some indistinct reference to 'broiled bones'; andthen the words 'cold' 'without' occur: but as any hypothesis we couldfound upon them must necessarily rest upon mere conjecture, we are notdisposed to indulge in any of the speculations to which they may giverise.<>
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The imperativenecessity of ousting his rival by some means or other, flashed quicklyupon him, and he immediately resolved to adopt certain proceedingstending to that end and object, without a moment's delay.<>
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Had Mr. Pickwick been alone, these multiplied obstacles wouldhave completely put an end to the pursuit at once, but old Wardle wasnot to be so easily daunted; and he laid about him with such heartygood-will, cuffing this man, and pushing that; strapping a buckle here,and taking in a link there, that the chaise was ready in a muchshorter time than could reasonably have been expected, under so manydifficulties.<>
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It was impossibleto make any great way against such obstacles united; it was hard uponone o'clock already; and nearly two hours were consumed in getting tothe end of the stage.<>
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Three or four lumbering wagons,each with a pile of goods beneath its ample canopy, about the height ofthe second-floor window of an ordinary house, were stowed away beneatha lofty roof which extended over one end of the yard; and another, whichwas probably to commence its journey that morning, was drawn out intothe open space.<>
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Twoor three gigs and chaise-carts were wheeled up under different littlesheds and pent-houses; and the occasional heavy tread of a cart-horse,or rattling of a chain at the farther end of the yard, announcedto anybody who cared about the matter, that the stable lay in thatdirection.<>
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He paused at the end of a secondpassage, and held out his hand.<>
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Hold still, Sir; wot's the use o' runnin' artera man as has made his lucky, and got to t'other end of the Borough bythis time?'Mr. Pickwick's mind, like those of all truly great men, was opento conviction.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) A stout country lad opened a door at the end of the passage, and thethree friends entered a long, low-roofed room, furnished with a largenumber of high-backed leather-cushioned chairs, of fantastic shapes, andembellished with a great variety of old portraits and roughly-colouredprints of some antiquity.<>
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At the upper end of the room was a table, witha white cloth upon it, well covered with a roast fowl, bacon, ale, andet ceteras; and at the table sat Mr. Tupman, looking as unlike a man whohad taken his leave of the world, as possible.<>
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At the end of the manuscript was written, in another hand, this note:--[The unhappy man whose ravings are recorded above, was a melancholyinstance of the baneful results of energies misdirected in early life,and excesses prolonged until their consequences could never be repaired.<>
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(Here Mr. Winkle carried the interesting boy, screaming and struggling,to the farther end of the apartment.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) "'Cheer up, old girl," said Tom, patting the bay mare on the neck withthe end of his whip.<>
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But I cansay that Tom had no sooner finished speaking, than she pricked up herears, and started forward at a speed which made the clay-coloured gigrattle until you would have supposed every one of the red spokes weregoing to fly out on the turf of Marlborough Downs; and even Tom, whipas he was, couldn't stop or check her pace, until she drew up of her ownaccord, before a roadside inn on the right-hand side of the way, abouthalf a quarter of a mile from the end of the Downs.<>
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Of any other queer chair,Tom would only have thought it was a queer chair, and there would havebeen an end of the matter; but there was something about this particularchair, and yet he couldn't tell what it was, so odd and so unlike anyother piece of furniture he had ever seen, that it seemed to fascinatehim.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) A chorus of bystanders took up the shout of Count Smorltork's praise,shook their heads sagely, and unanimously cried, 'Very!'As the enthusiasm in Count Smorltork's favour ran very high, his praisesmight have been sung until the end of the festivities, if the foursomething-ean singers had not ranged themselves in front of a smallapple-tree, to look picturesque, and commenced singing their nationalsongs, which appeared by no means difficult of execution, inasmuch asthe grand secret seemed to be, that three of the something-ean singersshould grunt, while the fourth howled.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Here I am,' said the editor, from the remotest end of the room; farbeyond all hope of food, unless something was done for him by thehostess.<>
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Well, sir, I have been thinking that if you were waiting in the backgarden alone, and I was to let you in, at the door which opens into it,from the end of the passage, at exactly half-past eleven o'clock, youwould be just in the very moment of time to assist me in frustrating thedesigns of this bad man, by whom I have been unfortunately ensnared.<>
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Swear! Such trains of oaths would come rolling and pealing over the way,sometimes, when he was denouncing the idleness of the bony apprenticewith the thin legs, that Nathaniel Pipkin would shake in his shoeswith horror, and the hair of the pupils' heads would stand on end withfright.<>
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Nathaniel Pipkin could hear him growling away like anold mastiff with a sore throat; and whenever the unfortunate apprenticewith the thin legs came into the room, so surely did old Lobbs commenceswearing at him in a most Saracenic and ferocious manner, thoughapparently with no other end or object than that of easing his bosom bythe discharge of a few superfluous oaths.<>
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SHOWING HOW DODSON AND FOGG WERE MEN OF BUSINESS, ANDTHEIR CLERKS MEN OF PLEASURE; AND HOW AN AFFECTING INTERVIEW TOOK PLACEBETWEEN Mr. WELLER AND HIS LONG-LOST PARENT; SHOWING ALSO WHAT CHOICESPIRITS ASSEMBLED AT THE MAGPIE AND STUMP, AND WHAT A CAPITAL CHAPTERTHE NEXT ONE WILL BEIn the ground-floor front of a dingy house, at the very farthest end ofFreeman's Court, Cornhill, sat the four clerks of Messrs.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I beg your pardon, Sir,' said Mr. Pickwick, 'and I am very sorryto disturb the other gentlemen, too, but I come on very particularbusiness; and if you will suffer me to detain you at this end of theroom for five minutes, I shall be very much obliged to you.<>
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The waiting--the hope--the disappointment--the fear--themisery--the poverty--the blight on his hopes, and end to his career--thesuicide perhaps, or the shabby, slipshod drunkard.<>
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As he spoke, he seated himselfat the other end of the table, and, throwing off his cloak and cap,disclosed his features.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'And now, Sammy,' said Mr. Weller, consulting a large double-facedsilver watch that hung at the end of the copper chain.<>
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At these words, Mr. Job Trotter inserted an end of the pink handkerchiefinto the corner of each eye, one after the other, and began to weepcopiously.<>
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The lady was at the upper end of the room.<>
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The table wasadorned with piles of papers; and above the farther end of it, appearedthe head and shoulders of Mr. Jinks, who was busily engaged in lookingas busy as possible.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) The consultation having lasted about ten minutes, Mr. Jinks retired tohis end of the table; and the magistrate, with a preparatory cough, drewhimself up in his chair, and was proceeding to commence his address,when Mr. Pickwick interposed.<>
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Desiring Mr. Pickwick to walk to the upper end of thelittle apartment, and holding his hand upon the half-closed door, thathe might be able to effect an immediate escape, in case there was theleast tendency to a display of hostilities, Mr. Nupkins expressed hisreadiness to hear the communication, whatever it might be.<>
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At a little distance, stood Mr. Tupman withindignant countenance, carefully held back by his two younger friends;at the farther end of the room were Mr. Nupkins, Mrs.<>
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WHICH CONTAINS A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE PROGRESS OF THEACTION OF BARDELL AGAINST PICKWICKHaving accomplished the main end and object of his journey, by theexposure of Jingle, Mr. Pickwick resolved on immediately returning toLondon, with the view of becoming acquainted with the proceedings whichhad been taken against him, in the meantime, by Messrs.<>
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Ven you'rea married man, Samivel, you'll understand a good many things as youdon't understand now; but vether it's worth while goin' through so much,to learn so little, as the charity-boy said ven he got to the end of thealphabet, is a matter o' taste.<>
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Away went Mr. Pickwick--handsacross--down the middle to the very end of the room, and half-way up thechimney, back again to the door--poussette everywhere--loud stamp on theground--ready for the next couple--off again--all the figure over oncemore--another stamp to beat out the time--next couple, and the next, andthe next again--never was such going; at last, after they had reachedthe bottom of the dance, and full fourteen couple after the old ladyhad retired in an exhausted state, and the clergyman's wife had beensubstituted in her stead, did that gentleman, when there was no demandwhatever on his exertions, keep perpetually dancing in his place, tokeep time to the music, smiling on his partner all the while with ablandness of demeanour which baffles all description.<>
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He WAScarried away by goblins, Pickwick; and there's an end of the matter.<>
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No, no,' said Mr. Pickwick, 'not an end of it, I assure you; for I musthear how, and why, and all about it.<>
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But this opinion, which was by no means a popularone at any time, gradually died off; and be the matter how it may, asGabriel Grub was afflicted with rheumatism to the end of his days, thisstory has at least one moral, if it teach no better one--and that is,that if a man turn sulky and drink by himself at Christmas time, he maymake up his mind to be not a bit the better for it: let the spiritsbe never so good, or let them be even as many degrees beyond proof, asthose which Gabriel Grub saw in the goblin's cavern.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Sam!' said Mr. Pickwick, looking round, when they got to the end ofCheapside.<>
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The prim man arrived at this point just as the glasses came back, whenMr. Bob Sawyer, who had been absorbed in attention during the wholetime, said he should very much like to hear the end of it, for, so faras it went, it was, without exception, the very best story he had everheard.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) It was at the end of the chorus to the first verse, that Mr. Pickwickheld up his hand in a listening attitude, and said, as soon as silencewas restored--'Hush! I beg your pardon.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) '"So I take the privilidge of the day, Mary, my dear--as the gen'l'm'nin difficulties did, ven he valked out of a Sunday--to tell you that thefirst and only time I see you, your likeness was took on my hart in muchquicker time and brighter colours than ever a likeness was took by theprofeel macheen (wich p'raps you may have heerd on Mary my dear) althoit DOES finish a portrait and put the frame and glass on complete,with a hook at the end to hang it up by, and all in two minutes and aquarter.<>
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I COULD end with awerse; what do you think?I don't like it, Sam,' rejoined Mr. Weller.<>
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Mr. Pickwick yawned several times when he had arrived at the end of thislittle manuscript, carefully refolded, and replaced it in the inkstanddrawer, and then, with a countenance expressive of the utmost weariness,lighted his chamber candle, and went upstairs to bed.<>
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Mr. Tuckletook the chair, and was supported at the other end of the board by thegentleman in orange plush.<>
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He stopped when he had got to the end of the passage, and walkingquietly back, thrust his head in at the parlour door.<>
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Getout, you mouldy old villain, get out!' With this adjuration, which wasaddressed to the large book, the medical gentleman kicked the volumewith remarkable agility to the farther end of the shop, and, pullingoff his green spectacles, grinned the identical grin of Robert Sawyer,Esquire, formerly of Guy's Hospital in the Borough, with a privateresidence in Lant Street.<>
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So snug, that at the end of a few yearsyou might put all the profits in a wine-glass, and cover 'em over witha gooseberry leaf.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) There was no singing, because Mr. Bob Sawyer said it wouldn't lookprofessional; but to make amends for this deprivation there was so muchtalking and laughing that it might have been heard, and very likely was,at the end of the street.<>
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The best thing to bedone, sir, will be for Mr. Weller to give you a hoist up into the tree,and perhaps Mr. Pickwick will have the goodness to see that nobody comesup the lane, while I watch at the other end of the garden.<>
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But this Sam flatly and positively refused to do; and, after he hadbeen severely reprimanded by his master, the officer, being in a hurry,condescended to pick it up himself, venting a great variety of threatsagainst Sam meanwhile, which that gentleman received with perfectcomposure, merely observing that if Mr. Namby would have the goodnessto put his hat on again, he would knock it into the latter end ofnext week.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Mr. Pickwick, feeling not a little disgusted with this dialogue, as wellas with the air and manner of the two beings by whom it had been carriedon, was about to inquire whether he could not be accommodated with aprivate sitting-room, when two or three strangers of genteel appearanceentered, at sight of whom the boy threw his cigar into the fire, andwhispering to Mr. Price that they had come to 'make it all right' forhim, joined them at a table in the farther end of the room.<>
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Standing on a box behind a wooden bar at another end ofthe room was a clerk in spectacles who was 'taking the affidavits';large batches of which were, from time to time, carried into the privateroom by another clerk for the judge's signature.<>
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Hows'ever, if he's dead, and ain't left the bisness tonobody, there's an end on it.<>
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We would beg to callparticular attention to the monosyllable at the end of the second andfourth lines, which not only enables the singer to take breath at thosepoints, but greatly assists the metre.<>
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Now the murder's out, and, damme, there'san end on it!'With these words, which he repeated with great emphasis and violence,Sam Weller dashed his hat upon the ground, in a most unusual state ofexcitement; and then, folding his arms, looked firmly and fixedly in hismaster's face.<>
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The above short dialogue took place as Mr. Weller lay extended on hismattress at one end of the room, and the cobbler on his, at the other;the apartment being illumined by the light of a rush-candle, and thecobbler's pipe, which was glowing below the table, like a red-hot coal.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Twelve year,' replied the cobbler, biting the end of his pipe as hespoke.<>
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Now I ask you, my dear sir, not only as your legal adviser,but as your very true friend, will you let slip the occasion ofattaining all these objects, and doing all this good, for the paltryconsideration of a few pounds finding their way into the pockets of acouple of rascals, to whom it makes no manner of difference, except thatthe more they gain, the more they'll seek, and so the sooner be ledinto some piece of knavery that must end in a crash? I have put theseconsiderations to you, my dear Sir, very feebly and imperfectly, butI ask you to think of them.<>
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The individual to whom this observation referred, was sitting at theupper end of the room when Mr. Pickwick entered, and was smoking alarge Dutch pipe, with his eye intently fixed on the round face of thelandlord; a jolly-looking old personage, to whom he had recently beenrelating some tale of wonder, as was testified by sundry disjointedexclamations of, 'Well, I wouldn't have believed it! The strangest thingI ever heard! Couldn't have supposed it possible!' and other expressionsof astonishment which burst spontaneously from his lips, as he returnedthe fixed gaze of the one-eyed man.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'The bailie's house was in the Canongate, and my uncle was going to theother end of Leith Walk, rather better than a mile's journey.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'When my uncle reached the end of Leith Walk, he had to cross a prettylarge piece of waste ground which separated him from a short streetwhich he had to turn down to go direct to his lodging.<>
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This roused my uncle more and more, and he resolved, come whatmight, to see the end of it.<>
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The lady was at the farther end of the room, and once she ventured towave her hand, as if beseeching my uncle's assistance.<>
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The impression was perfectly accurate; for Mr. Bob Sawyer, havingattached the case-bottle to the end of the walking-stick, was batteringthe window with it, in token of his wish, that his friends inside wouldpartake of its contents, in all good-fellowship and harmony.<>
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Without goin' so far as to as-sert, as somewery sensible people do, that postboys and donkeys is both immortal,wot I say is this: that wenever they feels theirselves gettin' stiff andpast their work, they just rides off together, wun postboy to a pair inthe usual way; wot becomes on 'em nobody knows, but it's wery probableas they starts avay to take their pleasure in some other vorld, forthere ain't a man alive as ever see either a donkey or a postboya-takin' his pleasure in this!'Expatiating upon this learned and remarkable theory, and citing manycurious statistical and other facts in its support, Sam Weller beguiledthe time until they reached Dunchurch, where a dry postboy and freshhorses were procured; the next stage was Daventry, and the nextTowcester; and at the end of each stage it rained harder than it haddone at the beginning.<>
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'Idare say I should turn very blue, long before I got to the end of them,'responded Bob.<>
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The indignant Independent did not wait to hear the end of this personaldenunciation; for, catching up his carpet-bag, which was well stuffedwith movables, he swung it in the air as Pott turned away, and, lettingit fall with a circular sweep on his head, just at that particular angleof the bag where a good thick hairbrush happened to be packed, caused asharp crash to be heard throughout the kitchen, and brought him at onceto the ground.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Now, whether the shake had jumbled the fat boy's faculties together,instead of arranging them in proper order, or had roused such a quantityof new ideas within him as to render him oblivious of ordinary formsand ceremonies, or (which is also possible) had proved unsuccessfulin preventing his falling asleep as he ascended the stairs, it is anundoubted fact that he walked into the sitting-room without previouslyknocking at the door; and so beheld a gentleman with his arms claspinghis young mistress's waist, sitting very lovingly by her side on a sofa,while Arabella and her pretty handmaid feigned to be absorbed in lookingout of a window at the other end of the room.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) The office of Wilkins Flasher, Esquire, of the Stock Exchange, was in afirst floor up a court behind the Bank of England; the house of WilkinsFlasher, Esquire, was at Brixton, Surrey; the horse and stanhope ofWilkins Flasher, Esquire, were at an adjacent livery stable; the groomof Wilkins Flasher, Esquire, was on his way to the West End to deliversome game; the clerk of Wilkins Flasher, Esquire, had gone to hisdinner; and so Wilkins Flasher, Esquire, himself, cried, 'Come in,' whenMr. Pell and his companions knocked at the counting-house door.<>
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The oldhousekeeper dying at the end of that time, Mr. Pickwick promoted Maryto the situation, on condition of her marrying Mr. Weller at once, whichshe did without a murmur.<>
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"This garden wall we're walking underis at the end of the grounds of Sir Humphrey Gwynne, better known as Mr.Justice Gwynne, the old judge who made such a row about spying duringthe war.<>
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He realized that it was,in fact, a priest; but there was something about it that reminded him ofsome quaint old black woodcut at the end of a Dance of Death.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) Entering by the side-door, they found themselves at the inner end ofthe entrance hall, which ran along the side of the house and ended withthe front door, surmounted by a dreary fanlight of the old-fashionedpattern.<>
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They lay littered on the carpet,along with pale and gleaming fragments of a broken mirror, of which thealmost empty frame hung behind them on the wall at the end of thevestibule.<>
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At the other end of it could be seen thetelephone which the servant had used to summon the priest; and a half-open door, showing, even through the crack, the serried ranks of greatleather-bound books, marked the entrance to the judge's study.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) There was no reply; and they passed out of the front door into the frontgarden, a narrower and more formal plot of flowers, having at one end acuriously clipped hedge with a hole in it, like a green cave, under theshadow of which some broken steps peeped out.<>
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The red end of his cigar brightened and darkenedrhythmically, but his brown face was in shadow; when he spoke it waswith quite a new voice.<>
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If you told him the path led nowhere, he would tell you it had ledhim to the country at the end of the world.<>
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"Imagine thelooking-glass at the end of the passage, before it was broken, and thetall palm arching over it.<>
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In the half-light, reflecting thesemonochrome walls, it would, look like the end of the passage.<>
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Yet, there wassomething specially strange about the glass that hung at the end of thatgrey corridor under that green palm.<>
---------------
Fromthe other end of the room it looked like a rather unusually large bowlcontaining rather unusually large living fish; a closer inspectionshowed it to be a huge bubble of beautifully blown Venetian glass, verythin and delicately clouded with faintly iridescent colour, in thetinted twilight of which hung grotesque golden fishes with great rubiesfor eyes.<>
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He had examined everything, measured,everything, taken down everybody's deposition, taken everybody's finger-prints, put everybody's back up, and found himself at the end leftfacing a fact which he could not believe.<>
---------------
By creating amysterious magician from the end of the earth, he set everybody'sthoughts wandering far afield to Arabia and India, so that you yourselfcan hardly believe that the whole thing was so near home.<>
---------------
You know that Mandevillealways works in that little room at the end of the passage, just underthe stage.<>
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"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "We can go back and see, if you like," said Jarvis; and they descendedagain to the basement and the long passage, at one end of which wasMandeville's study and at the other the closed door of Signora Maroni.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) Near the other end of the passage they caught a glimpse of some of theother actors in the scene mounting the stairs to the stage just above.<>
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"Looks as if a little flirtation with her might end fatally, doesn'tit?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "I don't think he's flirting with her," said Father Brown.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) Even as he spoke the group in question turned at the end of the galleryand broke up, and Captain Musgrave came back to them in hasty strides.<>
---------------
"When he wants to bealone, he always goes to the cloisters, just at the end of the leftwing, beyond my husband's study and private museum, you know.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) Towards the end of the lecture on the Demiurge of the Gnostics (notforgetting its connexion with the parallel concept of Manichaeus), eventhe tactful Mr. Hardcastle thought it time to create a diversion.<>
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(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) "If you were to be utterly, unfathomably, silent, do you think you mighthear a cry from the other end of the world? The cry of a worshipperalone in those mountains, where the original image sits, itself like amountain.<>
---------------
The same strange trick of lightning bywhich it seems to record millions of minute things in an instant oftime, picked out everything, from the elegant litter of the picnicspread under the spreading tree to the pale lengths of winding road, atthe end of which a white car was waiting.<>
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abend
= abnormal end , abnormal end of task , abortive end , abend ,
---------------
aesa
= atm end system address , aesa ,
---------------
at a loose end
= senza arte né parte , senza un posto fisso , sfaccendato , nella condizione di non sapere che pesci pigliare ,
---------------
at an end
= alla fine , finito ,
---------------
at one's wits' end
= perplesso , nella condizione di non sapere che pesci pigliare , senza più risorse ,
---------------
at the end
= alla fine ,
---------------
at the end of
= alla fine di ,
---------------
at the end of one's rope
= allo stremo , alle strette , senza più pazienza ,
---------------
at the end of one's tether
= al limite delle proprie capacità , stremato , senza più risorse ,
---------------
at the end of the year
= a fine anno , alla fine dell'anno ,
---------------
back end
= fondo , parte posteriore , tardo autunno ,
---------------
back end money
= l'utile netto di un film ,
---------------
back end processor
= processore principale ,
---------------
back end processors
= processori principali ,
---------------
beam end
= testa di baglio , testata di baglio ,
---------------
beginning of the end
= principio della fine ,
---------------
best before end april
= da consumarsi preferibilmente entro aprile , da consumarsi preferibilmente entro la fine di aprile ,
---------------
best before end august
= da consumarsi preferibilmente entro agosto , da consumarsi preferibilmente entro la fine di agosto ,
---------------
best before end december
= da consumarsi preferibilmente entro dicembre , da consumarsi preferibilmente entro la fine di dicembre ,
---------------
best before end february
= da consumarsi preferibilmente entro febbraio , da consumarsi preferibilmente entro la fine di febbraio ,
---------------
best before end january
= da consumarsi preferibilmente entro gennaio , da consumarsi preferibilmente entro la fine di gennaio ,
---------------
best before end july
= da consumarsi preferibilmente entro luglio , da consumarsi preferibilmente entro la fine di luglio ,
---------------
best before end june
= da consumarsi preferibilmente entro giugno , da consumarsi preferibilmente entro la fine di giugno ,
---------------
best before end march
= da consumarsi preferibilmente entro marzo , da consumarsi preferibilmente entro la fine di marzo ,
---------------
best before end may
= da consumarsi preferibilmente entro maggio , da consumarsi preferibilmente entro la fine di maggio ,
---------------
best before end november
= da consumarsi preferibilmente entro novembre , da consumarsi preferibilmente entro la fine di novembre ,
---------------
best before end october
= da consumarsi preferibilmente entro ottobre , da consumarsi preferibilmente entro la fine di ottobre ,
---------------
best before end september
= da consumarsi preferibilmente entro settembre , da consumarsi preferibilmente entro la fine di settembre ,
---------------
best end
= taglio di carne d'agnello corrispondente alla parte del collo più vicina alle costole ,
---------------
best end of neck
= taglio di carne d'agnello corrispondente alla parte del collo più vicina alle costole ,
---------------
big end
= testa , testa di biella ,
---------------
bin end
= bottiglia di fine serie ,
---------------
bit off the end of the thread
= staccato coi denti l'estremità del filo ,
---------------
bite off the end of the thread
= staccare coi denti l'estremità del filo ,
---------------
bites off the end of the thread
= stacca coi denti l'estremità del filo ,
---------------
biting off the end of the thread
= staccando coi denti l'estremità del filo ,
---------------
bitten off the end of the thread
= staccato coi denti l'estremità del filo ,
---------------
bitter end
= morte , estremità dell'ancora di bordo ,
---------------
board on end
= ciak in coda ,
---------------
boards on end
= ciak in coda ,
---------------
bring to an end
= porre termine a ,
---------------
bringing to an end
= ponendo termine a ,
---------------
brings to an end
= pone termine a ,
---------------
brought to an end
= posto termine a ,
---------------
business end
= punta , bocca ,
---------------
came to a bad end
= fatto una brutta fine ,
---------------
came to an abrupt end
= finito all'improvviso ,
---------------
came to an end
= giunto al termine, avuto fine, cessato ,
---------------
candle end
= moccolo, mozzicone di candela ,
---------------
carried to the bitter end
= lottato fino in fondo, andato fino in fondo ,
---------------
carries to the bitter end
= lotta fino in fondo, va fino in fondo ,
---------------
carry to the bitter end
= lottare fino in fondo, andare fino in fondo ,
---------------
carrying to the bitter end
= lottando fino in fondo, andando fino in fondo ,
---------------
ceop
= conditional end of page, ceop ,
---------------
cigar end
= mozzicone di sigaro, cicca ,
---------------
cigarette end
= cicca, mozzicone di sigaretta ,
---------------
come to a bad end
= fare una brutta fine ,
---------------
come to an abrupt end
= finire all'improvviso ,
---------------
come to an end
= giungere al termine, avere fine, cessare ,
---------------
comes to a bad end
= fa una brutta fine ,
---------------
comes to an abrupt end
= finisce all'improvviso ,
---------------
comes to an end
= giunge al termine, ha fine, cessa ,
---------------
coming to a bad end
= facendo una brutta fine ,
---------------
coming to an abrupt end
= finendo all'improvviso ,
---------------
coming to an end
= giungendo al termine, avendo fine, cessando ,
---------------
cut the end off
= tagliare l'estremità, staccare l'estremità, tagliato l'estremità, staccato l'estremità, taglia l'estremità! stacca l'estremità ,
---------------
cuts the end off
= taglia l'estremità, stacca l'estremità ,
---------------
cutting the end off
= tagliando l'estremità, staccando l'estremità ,
---------------
dead end
= binario morto, vicolo cieco ,
---------------
east end
= quartieri orientali di londra, quartieri operai ,
---------------
eoa
= end of address, eoa ,
---------------
eob
= end of block, eob ,
---------------
eoc
= end of conversion, eoc ,
---------------
eof
= end of file, enterprise objects framework , eof ,
---------------
eoi
= end of interrupt + end or identify, eoi ,
---------------
eoj
= end of job, eoj ,
---------------
eol
= end of line, end of list, eol ,
---------------
eom
= end of message, eom ,
---------------
eos
= earth observing system , end of string, eos ,
---------------
eot
= end of table, end of tape , end of text, end of transmission, eot ,
---------------
esi
= end system identifier, enhanced serial interface , esi ,
---------------
etb
= end of transmission block, etb ,
---------------
etx
= end of text, etx ,
---------------
euc
= end user computing, extended unix code , euc ,
---------------
fep
= front end processor, fep ,
---------------
fepi
= front end programming interface, fepi ,
---------------
fight to the bitter end
= lottare fino in fondo, andare fino in fondo ,
---------------
fighting to the bitter end
= lottando fino in fondo, andando fino in fondo ,
---------------
fights to the bitter end
= lotta fino in fondo, va fino in fondo ,
---------------
fought to the bitter end
= lottato fino in fondo, andato fino in fondo ,
---------------
from beginning to end
= dal principio alla fine, dall'inizio alla fine ,
---------------
front end
= costi di pre-produzione ,
---------------
gable end
= fastigio, muro esterno timpanato,
---------------
gain one's end
= raggiungere il proprio scopo,
---------------
gained one's end
= raggiunto il proprio scopo,
---------------
gaining one's end
= raggiungendo il proprio scopo,
---------------
gains one's end
= raggiunge il proprio scopo,
---------------
go off the deep end
= fare un tuffo nell'acqua profonda, gettarsi allo sbaraglio, adirarsi, arrabbiarsi,
---------------
goes off the deep end
= fa un tuffo nell'acqua profonda, si getta allo sbaraglio, si adira, si arrabbia,
---------------
going off the deep end
= facendo un tuffo nell'acqua profonda, gettandosi allo sbaraglio, adirandosi, arrabbiandosi,
---------------
gone off the deep end
= fatto un tuffo nell'acqua profonda, gettatosi allo sbaraglio, adiratosi, arrabbiatosi,
---------------
happy end
= lieto fine,
---------------
i am at the end of my forbearance
= la mia sopportazione è arrivata al limite,
---------------
i am no end disappointed
= sono molto deluso,
---------------
i had no end of a benefit getting things straight
= ebbi un bel daffare per mettere le cose a posto,
---------------
made hair stand on end
= fatto rizzare i capelli ,
---------------
make hair stand on end
= far rizzare i capelli ,
---------------
makes hair stand on end
= fa rizzare i capelli ,
---------------
making hair stand on end
= facendo rizzare i capelli ,
---------------
my hair stood on end
= mi si rizzarono i capelli,
---------------
reel end
= bobina finale ,
---------------
reel end alarm
= segnale di fine bobina ,
---------------
short end
= spezzone di pellicola rimasto in macchina ,
---------------
tail end
= fine di spezzone o di rullo di pellicola ,
---------------
textless main and end titles
= copia di distribuzione internazionale con le sequenze filmate utilizzate come fondale dei titoli di testa e di coda ma senza i testi ,
---------------
the bitter end
= la morte ,
---------------
the east end
= i quartieri orientali di londra , i quartieri operai ,
---------------
to the bitter end
= fino in fondo , ad oltranza , sino alla feccia ,
---------------
to the end of the chapter
= sino alla fine , per sempre ,
---------------
trailing end
= coda finale ,
---------------
Coniugazione:1 - terminare
Ausiliare:avere/essere transitivo/intransitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io termino
tu termini
egli termina
noi terminiamo
voi terminate
essi terminano
Imperfetto
io terminavo
tu terminavi
egli terminava
noi terminavamo
voi terminavate
essi terminavano
Passato remoto
io terminai
tu terminasti
egli terminò
noi terminammo
voi terminaste
essi terminarono
Passato prossimo
io ho terminato
tu hai terminato
egli ha terminato
noi abbiamo terminato
voi avete terminato
essi hanno terminato
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo terminato
tu avevi terminato
egli aveva terminato
noi avevamo terminato
voi avevate terminato
essi avevano terminato
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi terminato
tu avesti terminato
egli ebbe terminato
noi avemmo terminato
voi eveste terminato
essi ebbero terminato
Futuro semplice
io terminerò
tu terminerai
egli terminerà
noi termineremo
voi terminerete
essi termineranno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò terminato
tu avrai terminato
egli avrà terminato
noi avremo terminato
voi avrete terminato
essi avranno terminato
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io termini
che tu termini
che egli termini
che noi terminiamo
che voi terminiate
che essi terminino
Passato
che io abbia terminato
che tu abbia terminato
che egli abbia terminato
che noi abbiamo terminato
che voi abbiate terminato
che essi abbiano terminato
Imperfetto
che io terminassi
che tu terminassi
che egli terminasse
che noi terminassimo
che voi terminaste
che essi terminassero
Trapassato
che io avessi terminato
che tu avessi terminato
che egli avesse terminato
che noi avessimo terminato
che voi aveste terminato
che essi avessero terminato
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io terminerei
tu termineresti
egli terminerebbe
noi termineremmo
voi terminereste
essi terminerebbero
Passato
io avrei terminato
tu avresti terminato
egli avrebbe terminato
noi avremmo terminato
voi avreste terminato
essi avrebbero terminato
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
termina
termini
terminiamo
terminate
terminino
Futuro
-
terminerai
terminerà
termineremo
terminerete
termineranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
terminare
Passato
avere terminato
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
terminante
Passato
terminato
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
terminando
Passato
avendo terminato
INDICATIVO - passivo
Presente
io sono terminato
tu sei terminato
egli é terminato
noi siamo terminati
voi siete terminati
essi sono terminati
Imperfetto
io ero terminato
tu eri terminato
egli era terminato
noi eravamo terminati
voi eravate terminati
essi erano terminati
Passato remoto
io fui terminato
tu fosti terminato
egli fu terminato
noi fummo terminati
voi foste terminati
essi furono terminati
Passato prossimo
io sono stato terminato
tu sei stato terminato
egli é stato terminato
noi siamo stati terminati
voi siete stati terminati
essi sono stati terminati
Trapassato prossimo
io ero stato terminato
tu eri stato terminato
egli era stato terminato
noi eravamo stati terminati
voi eravate stati terminati
essi erano statiterminati
Trapassato remoto
io fui stato terminato
tu fosti stato terminato
egli fu stato terminato
noi fummo stati terminati
voi foste stati terminati
essi furono stati terminati
Futuro semplice
io sarò terminato
tu sarai terminato
egli sarà terminato
noi saremo terminati
voi sarete terminati
essi saranno terminati
Futuro anteriore
io sarò stato terminato
tu sarai stato terminato
egli sarà stato terminato
noi saremo stati terminati
voi sarete stati terminati
essi saranno stati terminati
CONGIUNTIVO - passivo
Presente
che io sia terminato
che tu sia terminato
che egli sia terminato
che noi siamo terminati
che voi siate terminati
che essi siano terminati
Passato
che io sia stato terminato
che tu sia stato terminato
che egli sia stato terminato
che noi siamo stati terminati
che voi siate stati terminati
che essi siano stati terminati
Imperfetto
che io fossi terminato
che tu fossi terminato
che egli fosse terminato
che noi fossimo terminati
che voi foste terminati
che essi fossero terminati
Trapassato
che io fossi stato terminato
che tu fossi stato terminato
che egli fosse stato terminato
che noi fossimo stati terminati
che voi foste stati terminati
che essi fossero stati terminati
CONDIZIONALE - passivo
Presente
io sarei terminato
tu saresti terminato
egli sarebbe terminato
noi saremmo terminati
voi sareste terminati
essi sarebbero terminati
Passato
io sarei stato terminato
tu saresti stato terminato
egli sarebbe stato terminato
noi saremmo stati terminati
voi sareste stati terminati
essi sarebbero stati terminati
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - passivo
Presente
-
sii terminato
sia terminato
siamo terminati
siate terminati
siano terminati
Futuro
-
sarai terminato
sarà terminato
saremo terminati
sarete terminati
saranno terminati
INFINITO - passivo
Presente
essere terminato
Passato
essere stato terminato
PARTICIPIO - passivo
Presente
-
Passato
terminato
 
 
GERUNDIO - passivo
Presente
essendo terminato
Passato
essendo stato terminato
Verb: to end-ended-ended
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I end
you end
he/she/it ends
we end
you end
they end
Simple past
I ended
you ended
he/she/it ended
we ended
you ended
they ended
Simple past
I ended
you ended
he/she/it ended
we ended
you ended
they ended
Present perfect
I have ended
you have ended
he/she/it has ended
we have ended
you have ended
they have ended
Past perfect
I had ended
you had ended
he/she/it had ended
we had ended
you had ended
they had ended
Past perfect
I had ended
you had ended
he/she/it had ended
we had ended
you had ended
they had ended
Simple future
I will end
you will end
he/she/it will end
we will end
you will end
they will end
Future perfect
I will have ended
you will have ended
he/she/it will have ended
we will have ended
you will have ended
they will have ended
Present continuous
I am ending
you are ending
he/she/it is ending
we are ending
you are ending
they are ending
Past simple continuous
I was ending
you were ending
he/she/it was ending
we were ending
you were ending
they were ending
Future continuous
I will be ending
you will be ending
he/she/it will be ending
we will be ending
you will be ending
they will be ending
Future perfect continuous
I will have been ending
you will have been ending
he/she/it will have been ending
we will have been ending
you will have been ending
they will have been ending
Present perfect continuous
I have been ending
you have been ending
he/she/it has been ending
we have been ending
you have been ending
they have been ending
Past perfect continuous
I had been ending
you had been ending
he/she/it had been ending
we had been ending
you had been ending
they had been ending
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I end
That you end
That he/she/it end
That we end
That you end
That they end
Present perfect
That I have ended
That you have ended
That he/she/it have ended
That we have ended
That you have ended
That they have ended
Simple past
That I ended
That you ended
That he/she/it ended
That we ended
That you ended
That they ended
Past perfect
That I had ended
That you had ended
That he/she/it had ended
That we had ended
That you had ended
That they had ended
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would end
you would end
we would end
we would end
you would end
they would end
Past
I would have ended
you would have ended
he/she/it would have ended
we would have ended
you would have ended
they would have ended
Present continous
I would be ending
you would be ending
we would be ending
we would be ending
you would be ending
they would be ending
Past continous
I would have been ending
you would have been ending
he/she/it would have been ending
we would have been ending
you would have been ending
they would have been ending
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me end
end
let him end
let us end
end
let them end
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to end
Past
to have ended
Present continous
to be ending
Perfect continous
to have been ending
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
ending
Past
ended
Perfect
having ended
Affermative - GERUND
Present
ending
Past
having ended
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not end
you do not end
he/she/it does not ends
we do not end
you do not end
they do not end
Simple past
I did not end
you did not end
he/she/it did not end
we did not end
you did not end
they did not end
Simple past
I did not end
you did not end
he/she/it did not end
we did not end
you did not end
they did not end
Present perfect
I have not ended
you have not ended
he/she/it has not ended
we have not ended
you have not ended
they have not ended
Past perfect
I had not ended
you had not ended
he/she/it had not ended
we had not ended
you had not ended
they had not ended
Past perfect
I had not ended
you had not ended
he/she/it had not ended
we had not ended
you had not ended
they had not ended
Simple future
I will not end
you will not end
he/she/it will not end
we will not end
you will not end
they will not end
Future perfect
I will not have ended
you will not have ended
he/she/it will not have ended
we will not have ended
you will not have ended
they will not have ended
Present continuous
I am not ending
you are not ending
he/she/it is not ending
we are not ending
you are not ending
they are not ending
Past simple continuous
I was not ending
you were not ending
he/she/it was not ending
we were not ending
you were not ending
they were not ending
Future continuous
I will not be ending
you will not be ending
he/she/it will not be ending
we will not be ending
you will not be ending
they will not be ending
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been ending
you will not have been ending
he/she/it will not have been ending
we will not have been ending
you will not have been ending
they will not have been ending
Present perfect continuous
I have not been ending
you have not been ending
he/she/it has not been ending
we have not been ending
you have not been ending
they have not been ending
Past perfect continuous
I had not been ending
you had not been ending
he/she/it had not been ending
we had not been ending
you had not been ending
they had not been ending
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not end
That you do not end
That he/she/it does not end
That we do not end
That you do not end
That they do not end
Present perfect
That I have not ended
That you have not ended
That he/she/it have not ended
That we have not ended
That you have not ended
That they have not ended
Simple past
That I did not end
That you did not end
That he/she/it did not end
That we did not end
That you did not end
That they did not end
Past perfect
That I had not ended
That you had not ended
That he/she/it had not ended
That we had not ended
That you had not ended
That they had not ended
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not end
you would not end
we would not end
we would not end
you would not end
they would not end
Past
I would not have ended
you would not have ended
he/she/it would not have ended
we would not have ended
you would not have ended
they would not have ended
Present continous
I would not be ending
you would not be ending
we would not be ending
we would not be ending
you would not be ending
they would not be ending
Past continous
I would not have been ending
you would not have been ending
he/she/it would not have been ending
we would not have been ending
you would not have been ending
they would not have been ending
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me end
do not end
do not let him end
do not let us end
do not end
do not let them end
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to end
Past
not to have ended
Present continous
not to be ending
Perfect continous
not to have been ending
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not ending
Past
not ended
Perfect
not having ended
Negative - GERUND
Present
not ending
Past
not having ended
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I end ?
do you end ?
does she/he/it ends ?
do we end ?
do you end ?
do they end ?
Simple past
did I end ?
did you end ?
did she/he/it end ?
did we end ?
did you end ?
did they end ?
Simple past
did I end ?
did you end ?
did she/he/it end ?
did we end ?
did you end ?
did they end ?
Present perfect
have I ended ?
have you ended ?
has she/he/it ended ?
have we ended ?
have you ended ?
have they ended ?
Past perfect
had I ended ?
had you ended ?
had she/he/it ended ?
had we ended ?
had you ended ?
had they ended ?
Past perfect
had I ended ?
had you ended ?
had she/he/it ended ?
had we ended ?
had you ended ?
had they ended ?
Simple future
will I end ?
will you end ?
will she/he/it end ?
will we end ?
will you end ?
will they end ?
Future perfect
will I have ended ?
will you have ended ?
will she/he/it have ended ?
will we have ended ?
will you have ended ?
will they have ended ?
Present continuous
am I ending ?
are you ending ?
is she/he/it ending ?
are we ending ?
are you ending ?
are they ending ?
Past simple continuous
was I ending ?
were you ending ?
was she/he/it ending ?
were we ending ?
were you ending ?
were they ending ?
Future continuous
will I be ending ?
will you be ending ?
will she/he/it be ending ?
will we be ending ?
will you be ending ?
will they be ending ?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been ending ?
will you have been ending ?
will she/he/it have been ending ?
will we have been ending ?
will you have been ending ?
will they have been ending ?
Present perfect continuous
have I been ending ?
have you been ending ?
has she/he/it been ending ?
have we been ending ?
have you been ending ?
have they been ending ?
Past perfect continuous
had I been ending ?
had you been ending ?
had she/he/it been ending ?
had we been ending ?
had you been ending ?
had they been ending ?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I end ?
That do you end ?
That does she/he/it end ?
That do we end ?
That do you end ?
That do they end ?
Present perfect
That have I ended ?
That have you ended ?
That have she/he/it ended ?
That have we ended ?
That have you ended ?
That have they ended ?
Simple past
That did I end ?
That did you end ?
That did she/he/it end ?
That did we end ?
That did you end ?
That did they end ?
Past perfect
That had I ended ?
That had you ended ?
That had she/he/it ended ?
That had we ended ?
That had you ended ?
That had they ended ?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I end ?
would you end ?
would she/he/it end ?
would we end ?
would you end ?
would they end ?
Past
would I have ended?
would you have ended?
would she/he/it have ended?
would we have ended?
would you have ended?
would they have ended?
Present continous
would I be ending ?
would you be ending ?
would she/he/it be ending ?
would we be ending ?
would you be ending ?
would they be ending ?
Past continous
would I have been ending?
would you have been ending?
would she/he/it have been ending?
would we have been ending?
would you have been ending?
would they have been ending?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not end ?
do you not end ?
does she/he/it not ends ?
do we not end ?
do you not end ?
do they not end ?
Simple past
did I not end ?
did you not end ?
did she/he/it not end ?
did we not end ?
did you not end ?
did they not end ?
Simple past
did I not end ?
did you not end ?
did she/he/it not end ?
did we not end ?
did you not end ?
did they not end ?
Present perfect
have I not ended ?
have you not ended ?
has she/he/it not ended ?
have we not ended ?
have you not ended ?
have they not ended ?
Past perfect
had I not ended ?
had you not ended ?
had she/he/it not ended ?
had we not ended ?
had you not ended ?
had they not ended ?
Past perfect
had I not ended ?
had you not ended ?
had she/he/it not ended ?
had we not ended ?
had you not ended ?
had they not ended ?
Simple future
will I not end ?
will you not end ?
will she/he/it not end ?
will we not end ?
will you not end ?
will they not end ?
Future perfect
will I not have ended ?
will you not have ended ?
will she/he/it not have ended ?
will we not have ended ?
will you not have ended ?
will they not have ended ?
Present continuous
am I not ending ?
are you not ending ?
is she/he/it not ending ?
are we not ending ?
are you not ending ?
are they not ending ?
Past simple continuous
was I not ending ?
were you not ending ?
was she/he/it not ending ?
were we not ending ?
were you not ending ?
were they not ending ?
Future continuous
will I not be ending ?
will you not be ending ?
will she/he/it not be ending ?
will we not be ending ?
will you not be ending ?
will they not be ending ?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been ending ?
will you not have been ending ?
will she/he/it not have been ending ?
will we not have been ending ?
will you not have been ending ?
will they not have been ending ?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been ending ?
have you not been ending ?
has she/he/it not been ending ?
have we not been ending ?
have you not been ending ?
have they not been ending ?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been ending ?
had you not been ending ?
had she/he/it not been ending ?
had we not been ending ?
had you not been ending ?
had they not been ending ?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not end ?
That do you not end ?
That does she/he/it not end ?
That do we not end ?
That do you not end ?
That do they not end ?
Present perfect
That have I not ended ?
That have you not ended ?
That have she/he/it not ended ?
That have we not ended ?
That have you not ended ?
That have they not ended ?
Simple past
That did I not end ?
That did you not end ?
That did she/he/it not end ?
That did we not end ?
That did you not end ?
That did they not end ?
Past perfect
That had I not ended ?
That had you not ended ?
That had she/he/it not ended ?
That had we not ended ?
That had you not ended ?
That had they not ended ?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not end ?
would you not end ?
would she/he/it not end ?
would we not end ?
would you not end ?
would they not end ?
Past
would I not have ended?
would you not have ended?
would she/he/it not have ended?
would we not have ended?
would you not have ended?
would they not have ended?
Present continous
would I not be ending ?
would you not be ending ?
would she/he/it not be ending ?
would we not be ending ?
would you not be ending ?
would they not be ending ?
Past continous
would I not have been ending?
would you not have been ending?
would she/he/it not have been ending?
would we not have been ending?
would you not have been ending?
would they not have been ending?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present